Aeolistic


Around WC1

These are actually from August, but I forgot about them! That shows you how on the ball I am at the moment.



Buried treasures

A number of my recent posts have been about museums because I visit one every month for work. Not bad as jobs go, really. These shots are from the British Museum, one of my favourites. I think I’ll always have a soft spot for Islamic art because of the sheer luxury of it – all the golds and blues and the prettiness of Arabic script. It appeals to my inner magpie. The Islamic art room in the British Museum covers an impressive range from the Safavids to the Ottomans to the Mughals. I need to go again when I have more time to stroll around at a leisurely pace.



22 and counting

You’ve seen these lovely ladies before, hmm?

Beautiful chocolate cake made by my friend Jo

Other amazing meringue concoction that Jo made (he’s AMAZING in the kitchen)

Me and Jo! I was in awe, can you tell?

Here are a few photos from my birthday gathering last Friday night. It was a lot of fun and I feel unbelievably lucky to have such wonderful people to call my friends.



Frolics in the wind and the rain
March 31, 2010, 9:42 pm
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I really needed a pick-me-up today, so who better to go for afternoon tea with than the lovely Ben of Ben Farrell Illustration? We also frolicked briefly around Bloomsbury.

Fingers crossed for further adventures with Ben next week!

For your enjoyment, here is a video of the silent flash rave that took place in the SOAS library. I loved that library. This video makes me miss it and the crazy things to be found within it.